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You listen everyday that Serbia is a country without perspective and that young, educated people run away from it no matter what. We will tell you something entirely different, and we believe that you haven't heard about it, and for your own safety, we recommend you to sit down, because we will most certainly shock you. Are you ready?
Zoran Kovacevic (19) is a student from Germany, who was born there and has all the conditions our students can only dream about, and he wants to do his professional practice here, no matter that he has the possibility to do it anywhere in the world.
But this doesn't end here, we have even something even more crazy to tell you.
- I want do to my professional practice in Serbia. I love Serbia very much, i love our culture and people. I want to perfect the language, i was born in Germany and i never had the opportunity to learn it the way i wanted. I simply to experience the country in a right way, and i really think that i would have much to learn from our people.
I sent requests on hundred sides, to various marketing agencies, but i haven't received a positive response. Honestly, i didn't think that it would be this hard. I emphasized that i don't expect any money, but that doesn't help. The only condition for me is to have psychologist as a mentor, that's how its determined on my university. But i am not giving up and i am not losing hope - said this persistent boy.
Zoran is an outstanding student of two faculties. He studies psychology, he is now at the second year, and he also enrolled in philosophy. German professors recognized him as a hard working student who is a winner of many awards on the university, he became Vice Dean on the Department of Psychology, and besides all the obligations he finds time for humanitarian work. He is currently active in three organizations.
- When there is will, i think that anything is possible. That's how i accomplish everything i put my mind to it, and i believe that this attitude will help me find "the way to Serbia" - concluded Zoran Kovacevic.
Shocked? Leave in the comments what do you think about Zoran's decision to leave Germany and to come to Serbia?
(Telegraf.co.uk - Jasmina Prosic – firstname.lastname@example.org)